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Thursday, February 4, 2016
Hillary Clinton emerged from the Iowa caucuses with a razor-thin victory over Bernie Sanders -- and a new round of nervous second-guessing from supporters.
Three inmates who pulled off an intricate escape from a California jail stuck together and eluded authorities for nearly a week until their alliance unraveled over a dispute about whether to kill a cab driver they had taken hostage, authorities said.
Ferguson residents split on how city will fund US DOJ-mandated changes
Many Ferguson residents expressed concern Tuesday that a settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice could financially ruin the St. Louis suburb where a police officer fatally shot 18-year-old Michael Brown.
Oscar Humberto Mejia Victores, a Guatemalan general who seized power in a 1983 coup and was the country's de facto leader until 1986, has died after a long illness. He was 85.
Scientists have mapped the genome of bedbugs in New York City, then traced fragments of the nefarious pests' DNA through the subway system.
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
On to NH after Cruz beats Trump, Democrats tight
Republicans and Democrats in the U.S. scrambling for their party's 2016 nomination for president descended on the tiny New England state of New Hampshire on Tuesday ...
WHO declares global emergency over 'explosive' Zika virus spread
The World Health Organization (WHO) declared a global emergency over the explosive spread of the Zika virus, which has been linked to birth defects in the Americas, calling it an "extraordinary event" that poses a public health threat to other parts of the world.
At least 18 people including three minors were killed in shootouts in northern and southern Mexico over the weekend, state authorities reported.
Four former Blackwater security contractors found guilty in a deadly Baghdad shooting appealed their convictions on Monday, saying a key witness against them had changed his testimony after the trial and that prosecutors lacked jurisdiction to even bring the case.
Not concerned about US investigations: Rafael Ramirez
Venezuela's ambassador to the United Nations dismissed the possibility of cooperating with U.S. investigations into billion-dollar bribery schemes that allegedly occurred at the country's state-run oil company while he was in charge.
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